This is a quik check i dont get it and seriosly i need help nowwww on tuesday november 5th ! not 6th THE 5th
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No, because 8 is not a prime number, 8=2³.

Prime factorisation would be:


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thank you!

I have NO idea! I came here in the shurch of the answer. SORRY!


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